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Professional Liability

Kopka Pinkus Dolin is proud to employ attorneys throughout Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, and Wisconsin that specialize in professional liability matters including errors and omissions and malpractice. When a business is sued for negligence, our dedicated attorneys are skilled defenders for a variety of professionals. Among our clients are attorneys, health care providers, doctors, directors and officers, real estate brokers and agents, insurance brokers, as well as financial planners.

We provide quality representation throughout all phases of these high-profile claims from pre-litigation to mediation, arbitration, to trials and appeals. Knowing the complexities of professional liability claims, we handle confidential issues with the utmost discretion. With each matter, we consider the impact a claim can have on the professional as well as the company or business. We promise to work closely with our clients to develop a strong litigation strategy.

Our professional liability focused attorneys have experience handling the following errors and omissions and malpractice cases:

Medical Malpractice

  • Contracts
  • Fraud
  • HIPPA and privacy issues (i.e. medical and electronic health records)
  • Medical and/or dental malpractice
  • Negligence

Legal Malpractice

  • Conflict of interest
  • Failure to apply and/or know the law
  • Failure to make deadlines or file paperwork
  • Failure to obtain client consent
  • Fraud
  • Negligence

Errors & Omissions

  • Breach of duty
  • Inadequate business practices
  • Inadequate communication or documentation
  • Inadequate coverage
  • Misrepresentation

Directors & Officers

  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Challenges regarding easements
  • Defamation by a Board member
  • Failure to adhere to bylaws
  • Failure to properly disburse funds

Financial Institutions

  • Breach of agreed investment parameters
  • Breach of a land trust
  • Breach of management contracts
  • Lack of due diligence prior to investments
  • Negligence